Okay, believing in "creation", Carbon dating is a real big problem. I recently ran across an article about the "Shroud of Turin" controversy. It just keeps resurfacing. Now the argument centers around ionization which some are asserting discredits the original C-14 date. I understand that the different variables create a certain percentage of error, but how much? I know that it is not an absolute, that it is an approximation, but how far off can it be? I thought maybe some of you geniuses could explain it to me in terms that I can understand. Thanks! Bev Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!